regcreateval "(default)"? (was Re: ILOVEYOU version 2.0 ..)
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at samba.org
Fri May 19 19:03:52 GMT 2000
hm, don't know, will take a look-see some day.
On Sat, 20 May 2000, Peter Samuelson wrote:
> [Peter Samuelson <peter at cadcamlab.org>]
> > > Does that sound too drastic? Any better ideas? I am *really*
> > > getting tired of this stuff.
> [Michael H. Warfield <mhw at wittsend.com>]
> > Not drastic enough... If you find one, raise hell... This one
> > destroys systems by zeroing out all the files that it finds that are
> > not in use.
> Yeah. Haven't seen it so far. But I *have* discovered something this
> morning, or rather I have failed to discover something.
> How to create the default value for a registry key. Remotely.
> - NT REGEDT32.EXE won't go near a remote hkey_classes_root.
> - NT REGEDIT.EXE pleads lack of permission to add values.
> - TNG rpcclient ... well, it can add keys and values just fine, but I
> can't get it to add the *default* value for a key.
> The issue is that I went through and deleted everyone's reg key:
> which I now can't recreate for the machines I want to, because it's
> supposed to have a default value of "VBScript".
> In REGEDIT.EXE this shows up as the value named "(default)". If you
> export to a .REG file it is represented by "@".
> Luke? Anyone? Is there a way to do this in rpcclient? It's not
> urgent or anything, just annoying.
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